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The world's first RF vector signal transceiver redefines RF testing

key points

Ni pxie-5644r RF vector signal transceiver (VST) is the first instrument with completely customized software. It combines vector signal analyzer, vector signal generator and user programmable FPGA module in a single PXI modular instrument

engineers can redefine the vector signal transceiver as a new instrument, or use NI LabVIEW software system design to enhance its existing functions

the New VST is ideal for testing the latest wireless and mobile standards, such as 802.11ac and LTE

elastic bandage tensile tester is an experimental machine for mechanical testing for users who produce bandage materials for a long time. Release - August 7, 2012 - National Instruments (for short, it is suitable for measuring the hardness of aluminum profiles quickly and conveniently) recently released the world's first RF vector signal transceiver (VST) Ni pxie-5644r, which is a brand-new software completely customized instrument. Software centric architecture has ushered in a new era. Engineers and scientists can use LabVIEW to customize open, field programmable gate array (FPGA) - based hardware to meet specific needs


25 years ago, Ni redefined the instrument with LabVIEW system design software. Now our vector signal transceiver has achieved this again. Dr. James truchard, co-founder and current president and CEO of national instruments, said that it can display a variety of experimental curves: experimental force time, experimental force displacement, displacement time, etc. At the beginning of the establishment of the company, we imagined that software would play a central role in instruments. Now, we have truly witnessed LabVIEW revolutionize the way engineers design and test RF

in Qualcomm Atheros, the flexibility of the instrument and the control of the pins play a key role in maintaining the RF test as efficient as possible. We are quite satisfied with the test performance of Ni's new vector signal transceiver, said Doug Johnson, engineering director of Qualcomm Atheros. In the process of developing 802.11ac solutions for our customers, Ni pxie-5644r brings us freedom and flexibility, and greatly improves our test throughput

product features

up to 6.0ghz frequency range and 80MHz instantaneous RF bandwidth

has industry-leading performance, and can test the latest wireless communication standards, such as 802.11ac and LTE

the measurement speed can reach more than 10 times that of similar solutions

the cost and size are only a small part of traditional instruments

FPGA can be programmed through LabVIEW

can be easily expanded, It can support multiple input multiple output (MIMO) configuration in a single PXI chassis, or conduct parallel testing

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about Ni

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